ANISSA

(97 F 252-5 X Victoria)

  • Breeder : EUREDEN
  • Status : Exclusive
  • Type :
  • Precocity/earliness : Medium
  • Dry matter % : 21%
  • Common scab : 4
  • Leaf blight : 7
  • Nématode Ro1-4 : 0
  • culinary group : B

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Description

Anissa is a new promising variety, medium to late early, suitable for fresh fries.
It produces a high proportion of big and long tubers.
The frying colour is very clear (even after a long storage) and the keeping is good. It is as good as Agria for fresh fries.
It has good tolerance to leaf blight and to hydric stress (due to its very strong foliage).

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Skin color : Yellow / Flesh color : Yellow

Qualities and general features

  • Regularity : 8
  • Eyes : 7
  • Maturity/Precocity : 7
  • Dormance period : 7
  • Preservation : 7
  • Big tubers proportion : 8
  • Thickness : 8
  • Bruising : 6
  • Coloring with frying : 8
  • Dry matter % : 21
  • Gustative qualities : 8
  • Cooking firmness : 5
  • Coocking blackening : 6

Implantation

  • Growing time : 110
  • Production (with 35/45,
    number of tubers) : 12
  • Indicative yield (T/Ha) : 55

Disease resistance

  • Ro1-4 Nematods :
  • Leaf blight : 7
  • Tuber blight : 5
  • Common scab : 4
  • Black wart :
  • Virus X :
  • Virus A :
  • Virus Y :
  • Leaf roll virus :
  • Desrouting :
  • Rust spot : 7
  • Rust spot : 8
  • Black spot :
Legend
  • 1 : Weak
  • 9 : Excellent
  • R : Resilient
  • S : Sensitive